A Female Stingray That Hasn't Had a Mate in Eight Years Is Mysteriously Pregnant. Is a Shark the Father?
Though the round stingray, named Charlotte, shares her aquarium tank with two male sharks, experts say it is impossible for a shark to impregnate a ray
The advance may help users feel a greater sense of human connection through touch
Long thought to be 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, the measurement is highly personal and varies depending on time of day, among other factors, new research finds
Artist Greg Dunn creates breathtaking renderings of neurons and their surrounding anatomy
The gynecologist and sculptor’s “Birth Series” broke barriers, but how do his views on abortion, race and women’s health square with what we know today?
Explore Animated Models, Digitized Sketches and More in Leonardo da Vinci's Largest-Ever Online Retrospective
The new Google Arts & Culture hub features high-resolution scans, 3D renderings and artificial intelligence experiments
Researchers think the 42,000-year-old artifact was carved from graphite to resemble a penis
The newly reopened Hunterian Museum acknowledges the ethical quandaries posed by its collection of anatomical specimens
The delay is representative of a major problem in biology: Female and intersex animals are understudied compared with their male counterparts
Charles Byrne asked for his body to be buried at sea. Instead, an anatomist bought his bones and displayed them to the public
The finding highlights disparities in research on male and female animals
From a detective story on the origins of Covid-19 to a narrative that imagines a fateful day for dinosaurs, these works affected us the most this year
The formerly homeless cat has now been adopted in the U.K.
Elephants have tens of thousands of facial neurons, more than any other land mammal
Neuroscientist are piecing together how the rhythm of respiration influences everything from cognition to emotion
The bizarre creature’s anatomy had stumped scientists for decades
From the lab to the art gallery, the latest efforts to understand the fragrant, musky, stinky and utterly baffling world of your nose
Researchers find that their chops are as powerful as a rock climber's arms
From ducks to dolphins, females have developed sex organs that help them deter undesirable suitors and derive pleasure from non-reproductive behavior
A new vision of the skeleton as a dynamic organ that sends and receives messages suggests potential therapies for osteoporosis and other problems
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